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  • Roger Cannon

    The first time I played the Minecraft demo, I felt like you did. What ? Who ? Meh…

    I was fortunate enough to play the game (on PS3) with someone who instinctually guided me through it. As we progressed another old friend of mine joined out of the blue. It was a rare learning experience and I feel lucky.

    I love the zen vibe of Minecraft. Put on your favorite music and bang away at the wood/cobble/diamonds of your choice.

    The game has a lot of surprises and it’s a lot more than just Lego-like building. Find a sherpa you trust and climb that Everest if you dare.

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